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ANNUAL REPORTS 



1979 



TOWN OF 



OSSIPEE 



NEW HAMPSfflRE 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 



Town Officers 

OSSIPEE 

New Hampshire 



TAX RATES 

$6.67 per $100.01 



Municipal 1.49 Ossipee Corner Precinct. 62 

County .48 West Ossipee Precinct .45 

School 4.70 Center Ossipee Precinct .48 



For the fiscal year ending 



December 31, 1979 



Vital Statistics for 1979 




Carolyn Langley Conner 



DEDICATION 1979 



The 1979 Ossipee Town Report is dedicated to Carolyn 
Langley Conner. Mrs. Conner is retiring after ten years of 
devoted service as Town Clerk. 



"To whatever extent you give of yourself, so shall you 
receive," is the philosophy Carolyn lives by each day. Her 
graciousness has been evidenced by her willingness to 
accommodate the people who needed her help outside of 
posted hours. It was not uncommon to see Carolyn walking 
to the Clerks Office on a Saturday or Sunday morning. 



Carolyn was born in Nebraska. Her family moved to 
Parsonsfield, Maine where Carolyn graduated from 
Parsonsfield Seminary in 1928. She completed her 
education at Macintosh Business College in Dover, N.H. 
In 1932 Carolyn came to Ossipee where she met and 
married Albert Conner. Their two sons, Roland and 
Donald both live in New Hampshire and Carolyn has two 
grandchildren. 



Carolyn worked for several local businesses including 
the Center Ossipee Inn, Sunny Villa and the Carroll County 
Independent. She is a member of the Moultonville 
Methodist Church and the United Methodist Women. 



People will continue to register vehicles and transact 
business with a Town Clerk but it will not be the same 
without Carolyn. The people who came into the office in 
the past not only had their needs well taken care of - they 
enjoyed a visit with a friend. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Town Officers 5 

Warrant 7 

Budget 11 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 15 

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 17 

Financial Report 22 

Schedule of Town Property 30 

Summary of Appropriations & Expenditures 31 

Statement of Estimated & Actual Revenue 33 

Balance Sheet 36 

Tax Collector's Report 37 

Town Clerk's Report 45 

Treasurer's Report 46 

Selectmen's Report 47 

Revenue Sharing Report 63 

Ossipee District Court 64 

Library Report 66 

Ossipee Cemetery Report 67 

Trustee of Trust Funds 68 

Police Department Report 73 

Ossipee Recreation Department Report 77 

Ossipee Planning Board 79 

Ossipee Conservation Commission 80 

Dog Warden Report 81 

Ossipee Nursing Service 82 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens 84 

Ossipee Rescue Squad 85 

P'ire Warden's Report 87 

Vital Statistics 88 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct Financial Report 92 

Budget - Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 94 

Ossipee Precinct "A" Financial Report 96 

Budget - Ossipee Precinct "A" 97 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct Financial Report 99 

Budget - West Ossipee Fire Precinct 102 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power Precinct 

Financial Report 104 

Budget - Ossipee Corner Light & Power 

Fire Precinct 108 



TOWN OFFICERS 1979 

Selectmen 

ROGER H. BUSCH FRANKLIN R. RILEY 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

Administrative Assistant 
DOROTHY PALMER 

Moderator 

FRANK F.THOMAS 

Treasurer 

THOMAS GALANTE 

Town Clerk 
CAROLYN CONNER 

Tax Collector 
JOHN R.SANDERS 

Road Agent 
RODNEY A. WHITE 

Police Dept. 

JOHN E . FOG ART Y, Chief 

RALPH FLORIA, Sargeant 

THOMAS CROWELL, Patrolman 

Community Nurse 
PAMELA J. SAVARD, RN 

Recreation Dept. 

JAMES THOMPSON, Director 
WALLACE NUDD, Jr. 

Dog Warden 

MARTHA FRENCH 



Librarian 
BEATRICE SMART 

Library Trustees 
RUTH ECKHOFF RUTH M. LORING 

ROLLAND LORD 

Cemetery Trustees 

LORETTA R. LYMAN CARL R. ENGLUND, HI 

LAFAYETTE HARBISON 

Board of Health 

DR. ANNE COLLINS BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Ossipee District Court Justice 

LAWRENCE WALSH, ESQ. 
PETER FAUVER, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE 

Clerk 
JUNE LOUD 

Town Counsel 
FREDERIC COX, ESQ. 

Supervisors of the Check List 
KENWOOD WHITE MILDRED WHITE 

EDWARD C. SMART 

Representatives to the General Court 

RODERICK ALLEN GEORGE D. KELLER 

Auditors 
HARVEY EMERSON GRANT KRAMER 

Budget Committee 
DONNA E. SARGENT, Chair. 
CHRISTINE POWERS JOHN THOMPSON 

BARBARA BURGER DAVID HELME 

JULIAN CONNER ERNEST RILEY, JR. 

JOHN C. ECKHOFF ROGER BUSCH 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
CARROLL, SS. TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee qualified to 
vote in town affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in 
Center Ossipee, in said Town of Ossipee on the second 
Tuesday of March, next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of 
said day to act on the following articles, the polls to remain 
open until six o'clock in the afternoon of said day. 

Article 1. To choose a selectman for three years, 
library trustee for three years, cemetery trustee for three 
years, town clerk, treasurer and two auditors for one year, 
tax collector for two years, supervisor for six years, 
moderator for two years, and all other officers and agents 
required by law to be elected or nominated at the annual 
meeting. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to alter the 
hours during which the polls shall remain open. 

Article 3. Are you in favor of having the office of 
Town Clerk combined with the office of Tax Collector, 
thereby creating a new office of Town Clerk-Tax Collector 
to be held by one individual. The term of office for this new 
office to be three years. 

You are also notified to meet at the Town Hall on the 
second Tuesday of March, next, at seven thirty o'clock in 
the afternoon to act on the following articles : 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to sell any property taken by tax title or 
otherwise. 



Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to apply for, contract for, and accept grants of 
Federal or State Aid, or both, as may become available 
and to do all things necessary to carry out the purpose of 
these grants. 



Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate for the ensuing year the following sums of 
money for the following purposes: 



For Town Officers' Salaries 

For Town Officers' Expenses 

For Election and Registration Expenses 

Municipal and District Court Expenses 

For Town Hall and other Town Buildings 

For Police Department 

For Fire Department (Forest Fires) 

For Planning and Zoning 

For Insurance 

For Health Dept. incl. Hospitals and Ambulance 

For Town Dump and Garbage Removal 

For Town Road Aid 

For Town Maintenance, Summer and Winter, 

including bridges and culverts 
For Street Lighting 

For General Expenses of Highway Dept. 
For Libraries 
For Town Poor 
For Old Age Assistance 
For Patriotic Purposes 
For Recreation (Parks & Playgrounds) 
For Cemeteries 

For Damages & Legal expenses 
For Advertising and Regional Associations 
For Employees' Retirement & Social Security 
For Principal on Long Term Loans 
For Interest on Long Term Loans 
For Interest on Temporary Loans 

(Approved by Budget Committee) 



$21 


799.00 


38 


913.17 


5 


,000.00 


31 


,980.00 


22 


,500.00 


52 


,397.91 


1 


000.00 


3 


000.00 


36 


000.00 


33 


500.00 


9 


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1 


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150 


,312.78 


1 


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30 


,000.00 


6 


,495.90 


3 


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9 


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250.00 


24 


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2 


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10 


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290.60 


19 


,312.23 


10 


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2 


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8 


,000.00 



Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $1,429.32 to assist the Carroll 
County Mental Health Service. (Submitted by petition) 
(Not recommended by Budget Committee) 

Article 9. To see if the Town of Ossipee will vote to 
raise and appropriate the sum of eight hundred dollars 
($800.00) for the Center of Hope, Inc. (Submitted by 
petition) (Not recommended by Budget Committee) 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $30,000.00 for the purchase of a 
Rescue Vehicle for the Ossipee Rescue Squad. (Not 
recommended by Budget Committee) 

Article 11. If Article 10 is voted in the affirmative - To 
see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $3,500.00 for the operation of the Rescue Vehicle for the 
ensuing year. (Not recommended by Budget Committee) 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $6,500.00 for the purchase of a police cruiser and 
authorize the withdrawal of this amount from the Revenue 
Sharing Fund established under the provisions of the State 
and Local Assistance Act of 1972. (Approved by Budget 
Committee) 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $18,000.00 for the purchase of one highway truck 
for town road maintenance and to authorize the 
withdrawal of $10,000.00 of this amount from the Revenue 
Sharing Fund established under the provisions of the State 
and Local Assistance Act of 1972 with the balance of 
$8,000.00 to be raised by taxation. (Approved by Budget 
Committee) 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
the sum of $1,227.43 to continue the compiling of the 
History of Ossipee and to authorize the withdrawal of this 
amount from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under 



the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 
1972. (Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $11,000.00 for the construction of a 
Master Plan for the Town. (Submitted without recommen- 
dation of Budget Committee) 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to apply for 
and accept Federal Housing and Urban Development 
funds in the amount of $399,858.00. Said funds to be used for 
the ineligible portions of the sewer construction costs. 
(Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to authorize 
the prepayment of taxes and authorize the collector of 
taxes to accept prepayment of taxes as provided for in 
NHRSA 80:52-a. 

Article 18. ''Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 
72:62 for a property tax exemption on real property 
equipped with a solar energy heating or cooling system 
which exemption shall be a deduction of the appraised 
value of the solar system from the appraised value of the 
property." (Submitted by petition) 

Article 19. To see what action the Town wishes to 
take regarding a solid waste disposal facility and to 
determine the type of facility to be constructed. 

Article 20. To transact such other business as may 
legally come before the Town Meeting. 

Given under our hands and seals this 20th day of February, 
1980. 

A true copy attest: 

ROGER H. BUSCH ROGER H. BUSCH 

FRANK RILEY FRANK RILEY 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

Selectmen of Ossipee Selectmen of Ossipee 



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15 



Number of Inventories Distributed in 1979 2,308 
Number of Inventories Properly completed 

and Filed in 1979 1,938 
Number of Individuals Applying for an 

Elderly Exemption 1979 87 at 5,000 

Number of Individuals Granted an Elderly Exemption 1979 87 at 5,000 
Number of Property Owners who were granted 

Current Use Exemption in 1979 8 

Total Number of Acres Exempted under Current Use in 1979 579 



No. of 


No. of 


Owners 


Acres 


1 


60 


2 


163 


5 


356 



a / c Wetland 
Forest Land 
a / c Wild Land 

TOTAL ASSESSED VALUE OF 
LAND UNDER CURRENT USE $5,670.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was 
taken from official records and is correct to the best of our knowledge and 
belief. 

ROGER H. BUSCH 
FRANK R. RILEY 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
Selectmen of Ossipee, N.H. 

Date: October 17, 1979 



16 



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATION 

TAXES ASSESSED 

FOR THE TAX YEAR 1979 

Purposes of Appropriations 



General Government: 




Town officers' salaries 


$13,250.00 


Town officers' expenses 


32,000.86 


Election and Registration 




expenses 


1,500,00 


Municipal and District court 




expenses 


20,398.00 


Town Hall and Other Buildings 




expenses 


16,000.00 


Protection of Persons and Property: 




Police Department 


40,589.56 


Fire Department, inc. forest fires 


1,000.00 


Planning and Zoning 


4,305.00 


Insurance 


32,462.13 


Health: 




Health Dept. 


24,507.00 


Town Dump and Garbage Removal 


7,638.40 


Highways & Bridges: 




Town road aid 


1,814.42 


Town Maintenance 


149,519.09 


Street Lighting 


1,400.00 


General expenses of highway dept. 


30,000.00 


Libraries: 




Library 


5,300.00 


Public Welfare: 




Town poor 


4,000.00 


Old age assistance 


8,000.00 


Patriotic Purposes: 




Memorial Day-Old home day 


250.00 


Recreation: 




Parks & Playground, inc. 




band concerts 


24,710.00 


Public Services Enterprises: 




Cemeteries 


1,850.00 



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Unclassified: 

Damages and Legal expenses 10,000.00 

Advertising and Regional Assoc. 376.76 

Employees' retirement & Soc. Sec. 16,544.33 

Debt Service: 
Principal-long term notes & bonds 10,663.57 
Interest-long term notes & bonds 3,380.05 

Interest on temporary loans 8,000.00 

Capital Outlay: 
Art. No. 8 Truck (Rev. Sharing) 16,000.00 

Art. No. 9 Sand Spreader 
(Rev. Sharing) 5,865.00 

Art. No. 10 Police Dept. 

(Rev. Sharing) setoff 9,100.00 

Art. No. 11 Sewer (Rev. Sharing) 
Rev. Sharing $23,195.00 

Taxation 36,380.00 



$59,575.00 
Art. No. 13 Water Study 

(Rev. Sharing) 12,500.00 
Art. No. 14 Town History 

(Rev. Sharing) 2,000.00 

Art. No. 12 Block Grant Funds 391,373.00 
Total Appropriations: 

Total Town Appropriations $965,872.00 

Total Revenues & Credits —740,635.00 



Net Town Appropriations $225,237.00 

Net School appropriations $799,072.00 

County Tax Assessments + 80,218.00 



Total of Town, School and County $1,104,527.00 
DEDUCT Total Business Profits 

Tax Reimbursement —52,282.00 

ADD War Service Credits +13,300.00 

ADD Overlay +15,509.00 



Property Taxes To Be Raised $1,081,054.00 



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SOURCES OF REVENUE 

From Local Taxes: 

Resident Taxes $15,380.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 181 .00 

Yield Taxes 15,369.00 

Interest on Delinquent Taxes 2,500.00 

Resident Tax Penalties 100.00 

Inventory Penalties ) 2,000.00 

From State: 

Meals and Rooms Tax $14,973.36 

Interest and Dividends Tax 23,087.96 

Savings Bank Tax 10,105.64 

Highway Subsidy 21,977.43 

Railroad Tax 181.80 

Town Road Aid 2,458.88 
State Aid Construction - 

Add'l Subsidy 13,228.55 
State Aid Water Pollution 

Projects (EPA) 13,100.00 
Reimb. a/c State-Federal 

Forest Land 397.70 
Reimb. a/c Fighting Forest Fires 1,378.83 

Reimb. a/c Road Toll Refund 3,000.00 

Reimb. a/c Old Age Assistance 1,591.72 

State Share Art. 11 36,380.00 

Art. No. 12 391,373.00 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 

Motor Vehicle Permits Fees 55,000.00 

Dog Licenses 1,000.00 
Business Licenses, Permits 

and Filing Fees 900.00 
Fines & Forfeits, Municipal 

& District Court 28,000.00 

Rentof Town Property 310.00 

Interest Received on Deposits 10,000.00 

Income From Departments 8,000.00 

Receipts other than Current Revenue: 

Revenue Sharing Funds 68,666.00 

Anti Recession Fund .00 



Total Revenues and Credits $740,634.87 

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Property Taxes to be Raised 
Gross Precinct Taxes 

Total 

Less War Service Credits 



$1,081,054.00 
83,020.28 

$1,164,074.28 
13,300.00 



Total Tax Committment 






$1,150,774.28 






Prior Years 


1979 






Tax Rate Approved 


TAX RATES 




1978 


Tax Rate 


Town 




1.47 




1.49 


School Dist. 




4.16 




4.70 


County 




.38 




.48 


Precinct-Center Ossipee 


.43 




.48 


Precinct-West Ossipee 




.46 




.45 


Precinct-Ossipee 




.37 




.62 


Name of Precinct 


Valuation 


Net Appro. 


Taxes 


Rate 


Ctr. Ossipee Precinct 


$7,467,330.00 


$35,786.52 


$35,843.18 


$.48 


West Ossipee Precinct 


4,125,425.00 


18,444.10 


18,564.41 


.45 


Ossipee Precinct 


4.614.950.00 


28,326.40 


28,612.69 


.62 


Total Taxes Raised 






$83,020.28 





WAR SERVICE TAX CREDITS 



Paraplegic, double amputees 
owning specially adapted home- 
steads with V.A. assistance 
Totally and permanently disabled 
veterans, their spouses or widows, 
and the widows of veterans 
who died or were killed on active 
duty. 

All other qualified persons 
TOTAL NUMBER AND AMOUNT 







ESTIMATED 


Limits 


Number 


TAX CREDITS 


Unlimited 




EXEMPT 



$700. 
$ 50. 



4 
210 



$2800.00 
$10,500.00 
$13,300.00 



RESIDENT TAXES 



TAX 



Number 
Assessed 



Total Amount 
Assessed 



$10. 1538 $15,380.00 



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CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is correct to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. 

We hereby request that the Dept. of Revenue compute 
the rate for municipal, school, Precinct and county taxes 
separately. 

October 17, 1979 

ROGER H. BUSCH 
FRANK R. RILEY 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1979 

ASSETS 

Cash: 

In hands of treasurer $261,486.47 

In hands of officials 1,082.26 



Total 


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Bonds or Long Term Notes 




— Authorized — Unissued 




Capital Reserve Funds: 




Bridge Note 


$18,832.72 


Comm. Sewer Improvement 


738.51 



$262,568.73 



Total $19,571.23 

Accounts Due to the Town 

Revenue Sharing Fund $15,103.91 

Due from U.S. Gov. - Revenue Sharing 7,295.00 
Other bills due Town: 
Accounts Receivable - Gen'l. 25.80 



Total $22,424.71 

Unredeemed Taxes: 

Levy of 1978 $53,778.87 

Levy of 1977 22,446.12 
Levy of 1976 12,031.02 

Previous Years 11,345.39 



Total $99,601.40 

Uncollected Taxes: 

Levy of 1979, including 

Resident Taxes $220,318.27 

Levy of 1978 2,000.00 

Levy of 1977 2,693.74 

Previous Years 5,541.24 

Total $230,553.25 

Total Assets $634,719.32 



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Current Deficit 

(Excess of liabilities over assets) 6,028.43 



Grand Total 




$640,747.75 


Current Surplus December 31, 


1978 


$34,356.77 


Current Deficit, December 31, 


1979 


6,028.43 


Decrease of Surplus . 




$28,328.34 


LIABILITIES 




Accounts Owed by the Town: 






Bills outstanding 




$ 8,904.25 


Unexpended Balances of 






Special Appropriations 




87,183.64 


Sewer Fund 




738.51 


Bridge Note 




18,832.72 


Unexpended Revenue 






Sharing Funds 




15,103.91 


Conservation Comm. 




182.47 


Due to State: 






2 percent - Bond & Debt 






Retirement Taxes 




2,613.23 


Yield Tax Deposits 




8,116.95 


School District Tax Payable 


Town 


499,072.07 


Total Accounts Owed by the 


$640,747.75 


Total Liabilities 


$640,747.75 


Grand Total 


$640,747.75 



Unexpended Balances of Special Appropriations 

Precinct $ 6,326.40 

Bridge Const. 25,914.88 

Vet. Plaque 1,209.39 

Tax Map 8,241.75 

Truck 16,000.00 

Sewer 25,715.00 

Water Study 2,900.00 

Town History 876.22 



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RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 
From Local Taxes: 

(Collected and remitted to 

Treasurer) 
Property Taxes — Current 

Year — 1980 $948,703.48 

Resident Taxes — Current 

Year — 1980 12,290.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes — 

Current Year — 1980 181.00 

Yield Taxes — Current Year — 

1980 15,564.15 



Total Current Year's Taxes 




Collected and Remitted 


$976,738.63 


Property Taxes and Yield 




Taxes — Previous Years 


$183,806.88 


Resident Taxes — Previous Years 


2,280.00 


Interest received on 




Delinquent Taxes 


9,783.49 


Penalties: Resident Taxes 


235.00 


Tax sales redeemed 


60,036.02 


Yield Tax 


296.20 


Boat Tax 


53.40 


Inventory Penalty 


2,668.00 


Total Previous Year's Taxes 




Collected and Remitted 


$259,158.99 


From State: 




Meals and Rooms Tax 


$14,973.36 


Interest and Dividends Tax 


23,087.96 


Savings Bank Tax 


10,105.64 


Highway Subsidy 


34,673.60 


Railroad Tax 


181.80 


Town Road Aid 


2,458.88 


Police Patrol 


1,093.61 


E.P.A. 


13,100.00 


Reimb. a/c State-Federal 




Forest Land 


397.70 



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Reimb. a/c Fighting 

Forest Fires 1,404.94 

Reimb. a /c-Town Poor 243.05 

Reimb. a/c Road Toll Refund 2,637.65 

Reimb. a/c Old Age Assistance 1,291.97 

Reimb. a /c Business Profits Tax 52,282.44 

Purchase -- Land . 162,500.00 

Boat Tax 2,413.60 



Total Receipt From State $322,846.20 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 

Motor Vehicle Permits Fees $67,768.19 

Dog Licenses 1,217.00 

Business Licenses, Permits 

and Filing Fees 726.00 

Fines & Forfeits, Municipal 



& District Court 


39,807.31 


Rent of Town Property 


310.00 


Interest Received on Deposits 


19,079.70 


Income From Departments 


3,303.57 


Other Income From Local 




Sources - Timber Tax 


1,509.46 


Total Income From Local Sources 


$133,721.23 


eceipts Other than Current Revenue: 




Proceeds of Tax 




Anticipation Notes $500,000.00 


Insurance adjustments 


763.58 


Assessments for Water, Sewer 




and Sidewalk Construction 


7,316.95 


Sale of Town Property 


13,527.84 


Refunds 


3,073.26 


Sale of Town Property 


787.43 


Carroll County 


56.70 


Total Receipts Other Than 




Current Revenue 


$525,525.76 



Grants From Federal Government: 

Revenue Sharing $35,186.00 



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Interest on Investments of 
Revenue Sharing Funds 1,168.97 



Total Grants From Federal 




Government 


$36,354.97 


Total Receipts from All Sources 


$2,254,345.78 


Cash on hand January 1, 1980 


225,495.56 


Grand Total 


$2,479,841.34 


PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses: 




General Government: 




Town officers' salaries 


$12,115.59 


Town officers' expenses 


33,002.75 


Election and Registration expenses 


2,289.95 


Municipal and District 




court expenses 


20,570.25 


Town Hall and Other 




Buildings Expenses 


21,820.54 


Total General Governmental 




Expenses 


$89,799.08 


Protection of Persons and Property: 




Police Department 


$52,367.35 


Fire Department, inc. 




forest fires 


780.49 


Planning and Zoning 


2,649.16 


Insurance 


25,733.52 



Total Protection of Persons and 
Property Expenses $81,530.52 

Health: 
Health Dept., Hospital, Ambulance $25,896.95 
Town Dump and Garbage 
Removal 8,417.61 



Total Health Expenses $34,314.56 

Highways and Bridges: 

Town road aid $ 1,814.42 



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Town Maintenance 170,131.19 

Street Lighting 1,235.07 
General expenses and 

highway department 29,314.52 



Total Highways and Bridges 
Expenses . $202,495.20 

Libraries: 

Library $ 5,665.00 

Public Welfare: 

Town poor $1,472.87 

Old age assistance 8,570.13 



Total Public Welfare Expenses $10,043.00 

Patriotic Purposes: 

Memorial Day - Old home day $ 301.53 



Total Patriotic Purpose Expenses $ 301.53 

Recreation: 
Parks & Playgrounds, inc. 

band concerts $25,228.35 



Total Recreational Expenses $25,228.35 

Public Services Enterprises: 

Cemeteries $1,658.36 



Total Public Service Enterprise 
Expenses $1,658.36 

Unclassified: 

Damages and Legal Expenses $ 5,870.55 

Advertising and Regional 

Associations 476.76 

Employees' retirement and 

Social Security 15,282.63 

Taxes bought by town 69,140.51 

Other Unclassified expenses — 

Purchase Property-Reimb. 12,648.88 



Total Unclassified Expenses $103,419.33 

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Debt Service: 

Payments on Tax Anticipation 

Notes $500,000.00 

Principal - long term notes 

and bonds 10,663.57 

Interest - long term notes 

and bonds 3,576.50 

Interest on temporary loans 20,085.61 



Total Debt Service Payments 


$534,325.68 


Capital Outlay: 




Truck 


$22,000.00 


Sand Spreader 


4,365.00 


Sewer Project 


33,860.00 


Water Study 


9,600.00 


Town History 


1,123.78 


Land Purchase 


162,500.00 


Discounts 


3,615.03 


Timber Tax 


1,399.51 



Total Outlay Payments $238,463.32 

Payments to Other Governmental Divisions: 

Payments to State a-c 2 percent 
Bond and Debt Retirement 

Taxes $ 1,468.20 

Taxes paid to County 80,218.00 

Payments to Precincts 77,133.84 

Payments to School Districts 71 1 ,637.41 



Total Payments to Other 

Governmental Divisions $ 870,457.45 



Total Payments for all Purposes $2,197,701.38 

Cash on hand December 31, 1979 282,139.96 



Grand Total $2,479,841.34 



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SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 
As of December 31, 1979 

Amount 
Long Term Notes Outstanding: 

Town Hall $10,000.00 

Town Hall 13,050.00 

Back Hoe 1 19,642.86 

Mill Pond Bridge 17,145.00 



Total Long Term Notes 
Outstanding $59,837.86 



Total Bonds Outstanding $59,837.86 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING LONG TERM 

INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1979 $70,501.43 



Total $70,501.43 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year: 

Long Term Notes Paid $10,663.57 



Total $10,663.57 



Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1979 $59,837.86 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete to 
the best of our knowledge and belief. 

Feb. 20, 1980 ROGER H. BUSCH 

FRANK RILEY 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

Selectmen 

THOMAS L. GAL ANTE 
Treasurer 



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

As of December 31, 1979; June 30, 1980 

DESCRIPTION VALUE 

Town Hall, Lands and Buildings $60,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment 4,000.00 

Libraries, lands & buildings 23,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment 1 ,000.00 

Police Department, Lands and Buildings 12,000.00 

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 48,000.00 

Equipment 126,365.00 

Materials and Supplies 4,000.00 

Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 2,000.00 

Sewer Project 33,860.00 

Land 162,500.00 

TOTAL $476,725.00 



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General Fund Balance Sheet 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1979 

ASSETS 
Cash 

In Checking Account $245,265.08 

In Savings Account 8,116.95 

Petty Cash and Change Funds 50.00 



Total Cash 


$253,432.03 


Accounts Receivable 




Accounts 


$ 25.80 


Taxes Recivable 




Property 


$221,960.07 


Resident 


3,810.00 


Yield 


3,012.46 


Inventory Penalties 


1,770.72 


Tax Liens 


99,601.40 


Total Taxes Receivable 


$330,154.65 


Total Assets 


$ 583,612.48 



LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE 

Liabilities 

Accounts Payable $ 8,904.25 

School Tax Payable 499,072.07 

Due State of New Hampshire 2,613.23 

Special Revenues 6,999.47 

Timber Tax Escrow 8,116.95 



Total Liabilities $525,705.97 
Fund Balance 

Reserved for Encumbrances $59,165.67 

Unreserved Deficit 1,259.16 



Total Fund Balance $ 57,906.51 



Total Liabilities and 

Fund Balance $583,612.48 

WILSON P. DENNETT, CPA 
February 21, 1980 



36 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

(For Current Year's Levy) 

SUMMARY OF WARRANTS 

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES 

LEVY OF 1979 



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Taxes Committed to Collector: 




Inventory Penalties 


$ 3,447.96 


Property Taxes 


1,166,023.49 


Resident Taxes 


15,380.00 


National Bank Stock Taxes 


181.00 


Total Warrants 


$1,185,032.45 


Yield Taxes 


17,948.91 


Added Taxes: 




Property Taxes 


$999.54 


Resident Taxes 


1,020.00 




$2,019.54 


Overpayments During Year: 




a/c Resident Taxes 


$1.00 




$1.00 


Interest Collected on Delinquent 




Property Taxes 


$809.11 


Yield Tax Interest 


.57 


Penalties Collected on 




Resident Taxes 


45.00 


Total Debits 


$1,205,856.58 



— CR.— 

Remittances to Treasurer: 

Inventory Penalties $ 1,619.27 

Property Taxes 948,721.51 

Resident Taxes 12,361.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 181.00 

Yield Taxes 14,957.45 

Interest Collected 809.68 



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Penalties on Resident Taxes 45.00 



Abatements Made During Year: 

Inventory Penalties 
Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 


$978,694.91 

$57.97 

6,576.43 

440.00 



$7,074.40 
Uncollected Taxes - December 31, 1979: 

(As Per Collector's List) 
Property Taxes $21 1 ,725.09 

Resident Taxes 3,600.00 

Yield Taxes 2,991.46 

Inventory Penalties 1 ,770.72 



$220,087.27 
Total Credits $1 ,205,856.58 

SUMMARY OF WARRANTS 

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES 

LEVY OF 1978 

— DR.— 

Uncollected Taxes - As of March 15, 1979: 

Property Taxes $118,166.67 

Resident Taxes 2,990.00 

Yield Taxes 115.20 



$121,271.87 
Added Taxes: 

Yield Taxes $521.50 

Resident Taxes 60.00 

$581.50 
Overpayments: 

a/ c Property Taxes $6.52 

$6.52 



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Interest Collected on 

Delinquent Property Taxes $7,907.59 

Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes 91.75 



Total Debits $129,859.23 

— CR.— 

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year: 



Ended December 31, 1979: 




Property Taxes 


$116,579.69 


Resident Taxes 


660.00 


Yield Taxes 


636.70 


Interest Collected During Year 


7,907.59 


Penalties on Resident Taxes 


91.75 




$125,875.73 


Abatements Made During Year: 




Property Taxes 


$1,593.50 


Resident Taxes 


390.00 



$1,983.50 
Uncollected Taxes - December 31, 1979: 

(As Per Collector's List) 

Property Taxes -0- 

Resident Taxes 2,000.00 



$2,000.00 
Total Credits $129,859.23 



SUMMARY OF WARRANTS 

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES 

LEVY OF 1977 

— DR.— 

Uncollected Taxes - As of Mar. 15, 1979: 

Property Taxes $1 ,521 .67 

Resident Taxes 2,230.00 

$3,751.67 
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Added Taxes: 

Yield Taxes $106.20 



Overpayments: 

a / c Property Taxes $1 .00 



$106.20 



$1.00 



Interest Collected on 

Delinquent Property Taxes $30.76 

Interests collected on yield taxes .57 

Penalties Collected on Resident taxes 15.00 



Total Debits $3,905.20 



— CR.— 

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year 
Ended December 31, 1979: 

Property Taxes $313.08 

Resident Taxes 160.00 

Yield Taxes 85.20 

Interest Collected During Year 31.33 

Penalties on Resident Taxes 15.00 



$604.61 



Abatements Made During Year: 

Property Taxes $305.85 

Resident Taxes 270.00 



Uncollected Taxes - December 31, 1979: 

(As Per Collector's List) 

Yield Taxes $21.00 

Property Taxes 903.74 

Resident Taxes 1,800.00 



$575.85 



$2,724.74 
Total Credits $3,905.20 



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SUMMARY OF WARRANTS 

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES 

LEVY OF 1976 

— DR.— 

Uncollected Taxes - As of Mar. 15, 1979: 

Property Taxes $1 ,476.72 

Resident Taxes ^ 1,440.00 

$2,916.72 

Interest Collected on Delinquent 

Property Taxes $93.56 

Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes 14.00 

Total Debits $3,024.28 



— CR.— 

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year 
Ended December 31, 1979: 

Property Taxes $430.92 

Resident Taxes 160.00 

Interest Collected During Year 93.56 

Penalties on Resident Taxes 14.00 







$698.48 


Property Deeded to Town 




133.03 


Abatements Made During Year: 






Property Taxes 


$126.01 




Resident Taxes 


150.00 





$276.01 



Uncollected Taxes - December 31, 1979: 

(As Per Collector's List) 

Property Taxes $786.76 

Resident Taxes 1,130.00 



$1,916.76 
Total Credits $3,024.28 



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SUMMARY OF WARRANTS 

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES 

LEVY OF 1975 

— DR.— 

Uncollected Taxes - As of March 15, 1979: 

Property Taxes $1 ,880.25 

Resident Taxes 1,190.00 

Yield Taxes 166.97 



$3,237.22 



Interest Collected on Delinquent 

Property Taxes $20.48 

Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes 14.00 



Total Debits $3,271.70 

— CR.— 

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year 
Ended December 31, 1979: 

Property Taxes $61.70 

Resident Taxes 160.00 

Interest Collected During Year 20.48 

Penalties on Resident Taxes 14.00 



$256.18 



Abatements Made During Year: 

Property Taxes $607.70 

Resident Taxes 150.00 



$757.70 



Uncollected Taxes - December 31, 1979: 

(As Per Collector's List) 
Yield Taxes $166.97 

Property Taxes 1,210.85 

Resident Taxes 880.00 



$2,257.82 
Total Credits $3,271.70 



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SUMMARY OF WARRANTS 

PROPERTY, RESIDENT AND YIELD TAXES 

LEVY OF 1974 

— DR.— 

Uncollected Taxes - As of March 15, 1979: 

Property Taxes $1,207.16 

Resident Taxes 1 670.00 



$1,877.16 

Penalties Collected on 
Resident Taxes $ 6.00 



Total Debits $1,883.16 

— CR.— 



Remittances to Treasurer 




During Fiscal Year 




Ended December 31, 1979: 




Property Taxes 


$ -0- 


Resident Taxes 


60.00 


Penalties on Resident Taxes 


6.00 



$66.00 



Abatements Made During Year: 

Property Taxes $243.83 

Resident Taxes 40.00 



$283.83 



Uncollected Taxes - 
December 31, 1979: 

Property Taxes $963.33 

Resident Taxes 570.00 



$1,533.33 
Total Credits $1,883.16 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 



Cash on Hand 1/1/79 


$ 4,790.69 


Car Permits (2631) 


62,977.50 


Dog Licenses (221) 


1,087.00 


Canine Civil Forfeitures 


130.00 


Filing Fees ^ 


5.00 


Bad Checks (Penalties) 3 


15.00 


Paid Treasurer: 




Cash on Hand 1/1/79 


$ 4,790.69 


Car Permits (2631) 


62,977.50 


Dog Licenses (221) 


1,087.00 


Canine Civil Forfeitures 


130.00 


Filing Fees 


5.00 


Bad Checks (Penalties) 3 


15.00 



$69,005.19 



$69,005.19 



CAROLYN CONNER 

Town Clerk 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 

SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS EXPENDITURES 

AND PROOF OF BALANCE 

FISCAL YEAR ENDED 

DECEMBER 31, 1979 



Balance - January 1, 1979 $ 212,583.32 

Receipts During Year 2,249,469.03 



$2,462,052.35 
Expenditures During Year 2,200,565.88 



Balance -December 31, 1979 $ 261,486.47 

PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance in Carroll County Trust Co. 

as per statement December 31, 1979 $236,074.09 
Deposits in Transit 161,072.65 



$397,146.74 
Less Outstanding Checks 151,881.66 



$245,265.08 
In Savings Accounts 
Timber Tax Deposits $8,116.95 

Revenue Sharing 8,104.44 

Reconciled Balance in hands of Treasurer $261 ,486.47 

THOMAS L. GALANTE 
Treasurer 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES 

Thomas Galante $1,683.31 

Carolyn Conner 4,349.00 

Roger Busch . 1,550.00 

Franklin Riley ' 1,500.00 

Douglas Meader 1 ,500.00 

John Sanders 1,333.28 

Harvey Emerson 100.00 

R. Grant Kramer 100.00 



$12,115.59 



TOWN OFFICER'S EXPENSES 

Lucille Davis $23.20 

Mary Ann Hartford 92.80 

Myrtle Hodge 23.20 

N.H. City & Town Clerk Assoc. 10.00 

N.H. Tax Collector's Assoc. 27.00 

N.H. Seer. & Clerks Assoc. 20.00 

N.H. Municipal Assoc. 537.62 

Amsterdam Co. 28.06 

Olympic Business Machine Ser. 71.77 

Wilson P. Dennett 500.00 

John Sanders 1,826.82 

Dorothy Palmer 7,659.83 

Margaret O'Sullivan 6,727.90 

Carroll County Independent 4,416.70 

The Stationery Shop 702.58 

Porter Office Machine 964.50 

Brown &Saltmarsh Inc. 621.80 

Nelson's Upholstery 35.00 

Carolyn Conner 135.32 

Registry of Deeds 500.65 

Roger Busch 38.77 

Douglas Meader 26.46 

Long Meadow Restaurant 37.54 



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Velma Hormell 


735.00 


New England Telephone 


1,793.24 


Postmaster, Ctr. Ossipee 


1,624.00 


Franklin Riley 


59.80 


Ctr. Ossipee Inn 


64.82 


County Commerce 


96.00 


Charles C. Rogers Co., Inc. 


29.46 


Wheeler & Clark 


84.65 


Cheryl C. Riley 


14.90 


Ruth Eckhoff 


2.50 


Sears Roebuck 


106.21 


Donna E. Sargent 


101.50 


U.S. Dept. of Commerce 


80.00 


R. J. Sylvain 


41.50 


James Thompson 


25.00 


N. E. Municipal Center 


130.00 


Carroll County Trust Co. 


12.71 


Donna E. Sargent (Mileage) 


52.95 


Dorothy Palmer (Mileage) 


23.40 


Margaret O'Sullivan (Mileage) 


2.08 


Veribest System Co. 


11.59 


Joe Wiggin 


17.00 


Hoyle Tanner & Assoc. 


30.00 


Carol Elliot, Plymouth 


8.50 


The National League of Cities 


30.00 


Abos Intertec Publishing Corp. 


6.95 


Treasurer, State of N.H. (Dog Fees 




& Licenses) 


56.50 


Treasurer, State of N.H. (Audit) 


2,734.97 




$33,002.75 



ELECTION & REGISTRATION EXPENSES 

A. Jane Sawyer $60.00 

Sargent & Sowell Inc. 782.55 

Kenwood C.White 227.20 

Mildred White 140.00 

Edward C. Smart 220.00 

Janice Wagenfeld 30.00 



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Lucille Davis 


30.00 


Carmen Knapp 


30.00 


Cheryl Riley 


30.00 


Louise Conner 


30.00 


Douglas Meader 


30.00 


Roger Busch 


30.00 


Franklin Riley ^ 


30.00 


Perley Wasson 


30.00 


Shirley Wiggin 


30.00 


Dorothy Palmer 


15.00 


John Sanders 


40.00 


Carolyn Conner 


40.00 


Carroll County Independent 


111.70 


Ctr. Ossipeeinn 


158.15 


N. G. Sargent Electric 


172.00 


Thomas Copy Ctr. 


23.35 



DISTRICT COURT 

Lawrence Walsh $9,950.00 

Peter H.Fauver 2,985.00 

June Loud 7,463.00 

Robert H. Schroeder 100.00 

Lorraine Blair 70.50 

The Stationery Shop 1.75 



$2,289.95 



$20,570.25 



TOWN HALL & OTHER BUILDINGS 

Ruff Cleaning & Maintenance Ser. $396.00 

Ossipee True Value Hardware 171.00 

Public Service of N.H. 3,349.39 

Rochester Germicide Co. 328.20 

Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 1,394.01 

Dube & Murphy Inc. 9,672.50 

Charles Martin 40.00 

Ossipee Water Co. 141.00 



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Independent Burner Service 


28.75 


Assoc. Linen Services Inc. 


441.70 


Remick Gas & Electric Co. 


1,096.66 


Barry Williams 


70.00 


Brown & Saltmarsh, Inc. 


220.80 


R.J. Sylvain Inc. 


151.60 


N.G. Sargent Electric 


29.70 


Robert Palmer 


183.00 


E.M. Heath Inc. 


77.97 


Ossipee Concerned Citizens 


38.40 


Walter Nystedt 


192.00 


Donna E. Sargent 


34.00 


Montgomery Ward 


300.00 


Diamond International 


2,298.79 


Laconia Electric Inc. 


154.84 


Richard Woodman 


517.00 


Remick Brothers Inc. 


20.85 


Gerrity Building Ctr. 


276.38 


Stanley Eldridge 


196.00 




$21,820.54 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

JohnFogarty $14,759.17 

Ralph Floria 10,848.26 

John S.Pyne III 4,549.96 

Douglas Maclver 1,750.00 

JohnBuswell 1,372.00 

2 Way Communication 157.55 

Ossipee Auto Parts 731.83 

Rines Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. 2,081.15 

New England Telephone 533.43 

Roger's Reconditioning Shop 229.95 

N.E. Assoc, of Chief of Police 20.00 

Ben's Uniform 1,499.28 

The Stationery Shop 82.16 

State of N.H.M.V. 4.00 

Whittier Gulf Service 41 .35 

Robbins Auto Parts Inc. 312.30 



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N.H. Assoc, of Chief of Police 


10.00 


Century Tire Co. 


835.30 


Ossipee True Value 


2.40 


Curly's Auto Parts 


69.20 


E.M. Heath Inc. 


25.35 


John Fogarty Police Conference 


300.00 


Carroll County Indepen^ient 


74.40 


Postmaster, Ctr. Ossipee 


8.00 


Buchanan's B.P. 


18.94 


Ossipee Mountain Electronics 


425.00 


John Fogarty (Holiday) 


220.05 


Ralph Floria (Holiday) 


120.48 


Ervin White 


1,263.50 


Chris Damon 


1,459.50 


Weston Auto Body 


12.00 


Motorola Inc. 


43.00 


Richard & Sherburne 


231.91 


Equity Publishing Corp. 


16.00 


Texaco Inc. 


4,802.93 


Thomas Crowell 


3,457.00 




$52,367.35 



FIRE 



Treasurer, State of N.H. 


$354.62 


Sanel Auto Parts, Inc. 


98.46 


Nelson Upholstery 


75.00 


Town of Ossipee Forest Fire Ace. 


52.22 


Clarence Palmer 


200.19 



$780.49 



PLANNING & ZONING 



Registry of Deeds 
Carroll County Independent 
Lakes Region Planning Board 
Jesse E. Shackford III 
The Stationery Shop 



$55.95 

98.60 

1,914.00 

125.50 

8.95 



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Porter Office Machine Corp. 


391.16 


V 


Bruce Bedford 


55.00 








$2,649.16 


INSURANCE 






Ossipee Insurance Agency 


$13,663.30 




Blue Cross/ Blue Shield 


10,101.51 




N.H. Municipal Assoc. 






Unemployment Comp. Fund 


1,405.71 




N.H. Municipal Assoc. 






Workman's Comp. 


563.00 






$25,733.52 


HEALTH 






Clyde V.Merrill, R.N. 


$3,207.68 




Clyde V. Merrill (mileage) 


296.25 




Marguerite King, R.N. 


633.26 




Marguerite King (mileage) 


90.75 




New England Telephone 


371.30 




Carolyn Downing, R.N. 


51.75 




Carolyn Downing (mileage) 


11.85 




Pamela Savard, R.N. 


4,151.34 




Pamela Savard (mileage) 


525.77 




Pamela Savard (uniform) 


50.00 


$9,389.95 


Ossipee Rescue Squad 


2,500.00 




Meals on Wheels (OCC) 


2,500.00 




Carroll County Mental Health 


1,000.00 




RollandW. Lord 


9,000.00 




Center of Hope 


500.00 




Tamworth Rescue Squad 


60.00 




Wolfeboro Rescue Squad 


50.00 




Effingham Rescue Squad 


10.00 




Huggins Hospital 


887.00 








$16,507.00 



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TOWN DUMP 




Shirley Wiggin 


$2,641.50 


Gordon Farrell 


3,122.60 


N. G. Sargent, Electric 


98.80 


N.H. Electric Coop Inc. 


85.08 


E.M. Heath Inc. 


1.19 


Stanley Eldridge 


280.00 


Ossipee True Value ' 


61.10 


Scott Milligan 


31.50 


Jerry Wiggin 


28.50 


Mike A mar al 


33.50 


Roddy Eldridge 


30.50 


Mark Tyler 


23.62 


Sewall Johnson 


23.62 


Francis Nelson 


26.25 


Don Abbott 


26.25 


Janis Nelson 


21.00 


Mavis Nelson 


21.00 


Todd Johnson 


29.00 


Johnny Fulcher 


29.00 


Walter Eldridge 


31.00 


Gordon Berry 


318.50 


Robert Camire 


1,435.50 


Carroll County Independent 


18.60 



$8,417.61 



TOWN ROAD AID 



Treasurer, State of N.H. 



$1,814.42 



WINTER HIGHWAY 



Irving Abbott 
Keith Brownell 
Daniel Riley 
Robert Valley 
Lloyd Wilkins 
Bruce Williams 
Russell Whiting Jr. 
Harold White 



$3,650.00 
5,223.77 
5,673.69 
2,176.07 
5,743.18 
5,543.51 
5,571.84 
5,954.05 



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Rodney White 


7,632.56 


Barry Williams 


2,351.48 


Mark Merrow 


154.80 


Michael Brownell 


117.45 


Rodney White (mileage) 


413.12 


Rodney White (Truck) 


120.00 


Gordon Berry (sand) 


804.25 


Charles O'SuUivan 


1,402.61 


Texaco Inc. 


3,782.40 


Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 


3,375.75 


Granite State Minerals 


5,169.23 


Buchanan's B.P. 


499.65 


Dube & Murphy Inc. 


1,240.38 


R. C. Hazelton Co. Inc. 


1,500.00 


Roger Seguin 


3,441.00 


Rines Garage Inc. 


1,921.00 


Ray Marsh & Son 


175.50 


State of N.H.-M.V. 


26.00 


Portland Glass 


174.80 


The Kennett Co. 


4,835.60 


Tilton Sand & Gravel Inc. 


320.52 


Standard Uniform Service Rental Inc. 


493.84 


2 Way Communication 


225.95 




$79,714.00 


SUMMER HIGHWAY 


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Irving Abbott 


$2,078.52 


Keith Brownell 


3,065.19 


Daniel Riley 


3,058.84 


Lloyd Wilkins 


3,437.98 


Bruce Williams 


3,491.26 


Russell Whiting, Jr. 


3,553.83 


Harold White 


3,789.90 


Rodney White 


5,780.88 


Roger Seguin 


3,360.00 


Barry Williams 


980.72 


Texaco Inc. 


6,451.34 


The Kennett Co. 


1,093.40 


Standard Uniform Rental Ser. 


921.72 



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Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 


483.00 


White Mountain Survey Engineer 


115.00 


Rodney White (Gravel) 


180.60 


Gordon Berry (Gravel) 


99.75 


Russell Whiting Sr. (Gravel) 


35.70 


Rodney White (mileage) 


272.24 


Dube & Murphy Inc. 


526.03 


N.H. Bituminous 


9,022.34 


Tilton Sand & Gravel 


2,357.91 


Charles O'Sullivan 


1,164.44 


Leslie E. Roberts 


275.00 


Motorola Inc. 


146.00 




$55,741.59 


HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 




Irving Abbott 


$466.26 


Keith Brownell 


689.62 


Charles O'Sullivan 


587.64 


Daniel Riley 


689.62 


Lloyd Wilkins 


605.60 


Bruce Williams 


520.39 


Russell Whiting Jr. 


507.69 


Harold White 


553.95 


Rodney White 


825.84 


Rodney White (gravel) 


212.10 


Roger Seguin 


480.00 


Stanley Eldridge (Bulldozer) 


112.00 


The Kennett Co. 


492.80 


Beede Waste Oil 


5,684.00 


Tilton Sand & Gravel 


377.78 


Merrimack Farmers Exchange 


42.90 


Texaco Inc. 


1,487.06 


N.H. Bituminous Co. 


7,111.80 




$21,447.05 



ADDITIONAL HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 

Irving Abbott $481.20 

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Keith Brownell 




702.32 


Charles O'Sullivan 




576.80 


Daniel Riley 




676.92 


Lloyd Wilkins 




653.82 


Bruce Williams 




392.56 


Russell Whiting Jr. 




338.46 


Harold White 




360.30 


Rodney White 




550.56 


Rodney White (mile 


age) 


88.96 


Roger Seguin 




320.00 


Ernest Berry Jr. (gravel) 


327.25 


TiltOn Sand & Grave 


line. 


208.05 


Ossipee Aggregates 


Corp. 


286.75 


TheKennettCo. 




1,246.60 


Stanley Eldridge 




518.00 


Northeastern Culvert Corp. 


5,550.00 



$13,228.55 
STREET LIGHTING 

Public Service Co. $1,235.07 

GENERAL EXPENSES HIGHWAY DEPT. 

Public Service of N.H. $3.16 

Stanley Eldridge 300.00 

MacDonald Welding Co. 36.00 

Motorola Inc. 1,563.00 

2 Way Communication 375.62 

Ross Express Inc. 51.11 

Standard Uniform Rental 386.57 

Ossipee True Value 198.02 

Century Tire Co. 2,463.46 

Palmer Spring 655.32 

Rines Garage 1,315.56 

Rines Chrysler-Plymouth 266.29 

R. C. Hazelton Co. Inc. 4,540.64 

Merrimack Farmers Exchange 35.34 

Dobles Chevrolet 358.24 

Foster & Co. Inc. 376.07 



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Guarino's Small Engine 300.00 

Ossipee Auto Parts 1,740.91 

Gulf Oil Corp. 577.14 

Sanel Auto Parts Inc. 1,699.03 

Lewiston Welding Supply 282.58 

Chadwick BaRoss Inc. 1,000.48 

Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 131.55 

Robbins Auto Parts Inc. 1,089.56 

Panbro Sales Corp. 1,326.41 

Barret Equipment Inc. 394.95 

Kammler Buick Chevrolet Inc. 1 .54 

Cummins No. Atlantic Inc. 2,729.87 

Conway Tractor & Equipment Corp. 355.87 

B. B. Chain Co. 378.05 

Bigelow Waste Co. 180.63 

Northeastern Culvert Corp. 3,022.93 

Whiteface Potter 55.00 

Kelly Tractor & Equipment Co. Inc. 136.23 

Penn Hampshire Lab Inc. 90.11 

Dube& Murphy Inc. 231.34 

Universal Supply Co. Inc. 115.61 

Danny Dumond 195.59 

Lubrication Engineer Inc. 248.98 

Chadwick Ba-Ross 105.76 



$29,314.52 



LIBRARY 

Ruth Eckhoff , Treasurer $4,500.00 

Julian H. Conner 465.00 

Ossipee Public Library 700.00 



$5,665.00 



TOWN POOR 

TamworthOilCo. $266.18 

Dube & Murphy Inc. 659.37 

David Goodale 85.00 

Ctr. Ossipee Pharmacy 24.00 



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Anthony DeLisio 310.00 

Public Service Co. of N.H. 128.32 



$1,472.87 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 

Treasurer, State of N.H. $8,570.13 

PATRIOTIC PURPOSES 

Harriman Hale Post No. 78 $32.60 

Martin's Flag Co. 72.99 

Loring Short & Harmon 195.94 



PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS 

James Thompson $11,692.28 

Wallace NuddJr. 7,711.32 

Ossipee True Value Hardware 20.64 

James Thompson (mileage) 927.75 

Wallace Nudd (mileage) 537.90 

Ctr. Ossipee Pharmacy 38.75 

Remick Bros. Inc. 6.44 

New England Telephone 524.09 

Earnshaw Lumber Inc. 214.54 

The Stationery Shop 17.34 

Beverly Sheldon 113.40 

Tee Pee Sport Shop 436.29 

Belinda Williams 45.60 

Saymore Trophy Co. Inc. 414.53 

Gorham Rec. & Parks Dept. 40.00 

Meredith Youth Basketball League 30.00 

Carver County Rec. Dept. 15.00 

Hodge Badge Co. Inc. 165.71 

Carey's Sporting Goods Inc. 244.20 

Hitching Post Country Store 42.74 

Conway Recreation Dept. 12.00 

David Pollini Pro 79.00 



58 



$301.53 



Wallace Nudd,Sr. 




125.00 


Henry Forrest 




10.00 


Carroll County Rec. Dept. (No. 


Conway) 


13.00 


Diane Brooks 




1,396.00 


Bradley's Hardware 




12.23 


H.R.Colby 




247.50 


Ward's Boat Shop ^ 




8.00 


Hitching Post 




9.98 


Joe Jones 




64.60 


Indian Mound IGA 




12.52 






$25,228.35 


CEMETERY 




Ossipee True Value Hardware 




$190.36 


Parker Thurston 




154.00 


Richard Toom 




409.00 


MacDonald's Welding 




240.00 


Harold H. Elliott 




665.00 



$1,658.36 



DAMAGE & LEGAL EXPENSES 



Martha A. French 


$1,190.00 


Kingston Steel Drum Co. Inc. 


40.00 


E.M. Heath 


102.42 


Martha A. French (mileage) 


314.10 


Hussey's Veterinary Hospital 


40.00 


Sears Roebuck & Co. 


56.48 


N.H.SPCA 


10.00 


Kindness Animal Hospital 


44.00 


Frederic Cox 


2,131.90 


Hastings & Son P. A. 


295.00 


Robert C. Varney 


1,646.65 



$5,870.55 



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ADVERTISING & REGIONAL ASSOC. 

Lakes Region Assoc. $376.76 

Greater Ossipee Chamber of Commerce 100.00 



$476.76 
SOCIAL SECURITY & RETIREMENT 

State Treasurer of N.H. $11,708.68 

N.H. Retirement System 4,795.19 

PRIOR YEARS 

Social Security $5,154.74 

Withholding 1,559.78 

Retirement 296.91 



$7,011.43 
LONG TERM NOTES 

Carroll County Trust Co. $10,663.57 

TEMPORARY LOANS 

Carroll County Trust Co. $500,000.00 

LONG TERM INTEREST 

Carroll County Trust Co. $3,576.50 

INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS 

Carroll County Trust Co. $20,085.61 

TAX REFUNDS 

Cecily Clark $392.80 

Lee Lawton 10.00 

Elwin W. Richardson 19.41 

George & Vera Pillion 127.50 

60 



Anne Regamey 


212.52 


Myron & Mabelle Wing 


316.35 


David Fullerton 


11.00 


Frederick Heckel 


11.00 


David Babson 


48.68 


Lyford Merrow II 


10.53 


Raymond Pomaski 


10.00 


Susan Gaffney ^ 


41.44 


Dana Wenant 


6.52 


Francis & Marion Clay 


127.60 


Lorenzo Roy 


8.00 


Beatrice Arthur 


3.40 


Edward & Joella Welsh 


305.28 


Richard Winsor 


10.00 


Judy Malay 


LOO 


Clifford Brownell 


108.46 


Paul Kimball 


58.39 


White Mountain National Bank 


15.00 


Owen Currier 


64.18 


Philip & Diane Eldridge 


62.12 


Robert Cotton 


52.18 


Mary Goodale 


11.00 


Carole & Edward Capron 


20.00 


Paul Valley 


226.51 


Clyde & Sylvia Russell 


200.00 


Earl & Florence Johnson 


146.00 


Ed Howes 


130.97 


Wilmer & Cyrena Littlefield 


102.89 


Carroll & Bertha Abbott 


127.87 


Shirley Clay 


46.52 


Steven & Mary Jane Benker etalii 


50.24 


Elpha & Jessie St. Clair 


50.37 


Alice A. Loud 


69.60 


John R. Sanders, T.C. 


27.50 


Joseph & Barbara Cawlina 


75.00 


William & Florence Glendinning 


257.20 


Francis & Helen Hyland 


10.00 


Daniel Perkins 


10.00 


William & Betty Reed 


20.00 



$3,615.03 



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PRECINCTS 

Ctr. Ossipee Precinct $35,786.52 

West Ossipee Precinct 18,444.32 

Ossipee Corner Precinct 22,000.00 

Precinct A 903.00 



$77,133.84 

REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Governor Wentworth $711,637.41 

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 

John R. Sanders, Tax Collector $69,140.51 

STATE & COUNTY TAX 

State of N.H., Treasurer $1,468.20 

Treasurer, Carroll County $80,218.00 

BOND & DEBT RETIREMENT TAX 

Treas. State of N.H. $1,468.20 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

Highway Sand Spreader (Revenue Sharing) $4,365.00 

Sewer Project (Revenue Sharing $23,195.00) 33,860.00 

Water Study (Revenue Sharing) 9,600.00 

History of Ossipee (Revenue Sharing) 1,123.78 

UNCLASSIFIED 

Timber Tax (from Escrow Account) $1,399.51 

Redemption of property 12,648.88 

Recreation Land 162,500.00 



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TOWNOFOSSIPEE 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in 

Fund Balance 

Special Revenue Funds - Revenue Sharing 
For The Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1979 

1 

Sources of Financial Resources 

Revenues: 
Entitlements $27,891.00 

Interest 1,168.97 



$29,059.97 
Other Revenues: 
Conversion to 
Accrual Basis 7,295.00 



Total Sources of 
Financial Resources $ 36,354.97 

Uses of Financial Resources 

Expenditures : 
Current 
Advertising $ 25.80 

Other Uses 

Transfer to General Fund 
History of Ossipee 1,123.78 

Operating and Maintenance 
Public Safety - 
Police Dept. 9,100.00 

Capital Outlay 
Truck-Highway Dept. $22,000.00 
Spreader-Highway 

Dept. 4,365.00 

Sewer Construction 23,195.00 
Water Survey 9,600.00 



Total Capital Outlay $59,160.00 



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Total Uses of Financial Resources $69,409.58 

Net Decrease in Fund Balance During Year (33,054.61) 
Fund Balance - January 1, 1979 48,454.05 



Fund Balance - December 31, 1979 $15,399.44 

Due From General Fund 6,999.47 



Fund Balance $22,398.91 

WILSON P. DENNETT, CPA 
February 21, 1980 



OSSIPEE DISTRICT COURT 



To the Selectmen of the Town of Ossipee: 

I submit the following report of the Ossipee District 
Court for the year ending December 31, 1979: 



Receipts: 




Fined & Forfeitures 


$90,876.00 


Bail 


1,829.50 


Restitution 


929.10 


Superior Court Bonds 


991.50 


Juvenile fines 


295.00 


Civil fees 


171.00 


Small Claim fees 


1,794.40 


Misc. fees 


58.15 


Interest Rec. 


9.60 




$96,954.25 


Cash on hand 1/1/79 


1,328.89 




$98,283.14 



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Expenditures: 

Motor Vehicle Dept. $40,516.60 

Fish & Game Dept. 184.00 

Treas., State of N.H. 7,692.50 

Witness fees 1,086.00 

Blood Tests 90.00 

Townof Ossipee ^ 39,807.31 

Telephone 386.21 

Printing 488.26 

Office Supplies 15.35 

Postage 305.17 

Restitution 929.10 

Return of bail 1,829.50 

Superior Court Bonds 991 .50 

Writs & Small Claims 1,498.70 

Sheriff 's Dept. 126.00 

Misc. 13.74 

Meetings, dues, etc. 1,614.60 



$97,574.54 
Balance on hand 12/31/79 $ 708.60 

JUNE LOUD 
Clerk 



65 



OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
ANNUAL REPORT 1979 



Balance brought forward: 



$1,220.45 



RECEIPTS 



Townof Ossipee 
Town of Ossipee 
Town of Ossipee 
Town of Ossipee 
Fines 



$1,000.00 

1,500.00 

2,000.00 

700.00 

22.09 



1,442.54 



DISBURSEMENTS 



Books & Periodicals $1,405.11 




Maintenance 162.64 




Repairs & Improvements 1,485.00 




Electricity 137.46 




Telephone 163.80 




Town of Ossipee (PICA) 183.90 




Association Dues 9.00 




Fuel 1,197.36 




Salary 1,500.00 




Water 38.00 




Supplies 19.08 






$6,301.35 


Balance on hand 


$ 141.19 


ROLLAND W. LORD 




RUTH M. LORING 




RUTH C. ECKHOFF 




Trustees 





66 



CEMETERY REPORT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee, N.H. 

During the past year improvements have been made 
in both Grant and Ham Cemeteries. 

New sections of the fencing around the Ham Cemetery 
have been replaced and the entire fence applied with a 
rustproof preventative. 

In the Grant Cemetery, new doors were installed at 
the Cemetery Vault. Both cemeteries were brushed out 
and mowed at frequent intervals. 

The Cemetery Committee wish to thank the town 
Selectmen, James Thompson, Director of Recreation for 
their co-operation and to Parker Thurston and Richard 
Toom for their services. 

Respectfully submitted, 
KENWOOD C. WHITE 
WALTER N. OBER, JR. 
FRANCES E. PINKHAM 
Cemetery Committee 



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71 



FINANCIAL REPORT 

Trustees of Trust Fund, Ossipee, N.H. 1979 

OPERATION STATEMENT: 

Balance brought forward $5,076.33 

RECEIPTS: 

Carroll County Trust Co. 

Interest N.O.W. Account $ 278.71 

Interest from Trust Accounts 1 ,966. 18 

$7,321.22 



Ira Abbott 


$ 38.80 


No. 2 CD55027887 


48.63 


Putn. Fund - (Mabel Drake) 


12.94 


Mabel Drake 


9.63 


Public Svs. 


2.12 


Trust No. 3 


808.79 


Trust No. 1 


774.93 


Trust No. 4 


270.34 



$1,966.18 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Refund, R. Bierweiler, rescind Lot Sale $ 100.00 

Mowing and raking of lots 1,341.96 

Chickville Cemetery Association 79.74 

New Mowers 189.90 

Accounting Service 100.00 

Machine repairs 36.60 
Repairs, vandalism in Ossipee Cemetery 165.00 



$2,013.20 



-$2,013.20 



BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 1979 $5,308.02 



72 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report is complete and correct to the best of our knowledge 
and belief. 

LORETTA R. LYMAN 
CARL R. ENGLUND, III 
LAFEYETTE HARBISON 
Trustees of Trust Funds 



REPORT OF THE OSSIPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and citizens of the Town of Ossipee, N.H. 

During the past year the Police Department was very 
active in Traffic Control, Accident Prevention and 
Investigation, Crime Prevention, Court and assorted calls. 

The accidents were up a little from 119 to 129 with no 
fatalities. 

There is an increasing demand for services of a non- 
emergency nature such as, delivering messages to persons 
with no phone, this is especially heavy in the summer 
months, also escorting business persons to the bank at late 
hours, and more calls for house checks for people on 
vacation. 

During the year a Rescue Squad was formed which 
has been very helpful at accidents where there were 
injuries and on calls where persons have been stricken ill, 
this leaves the police officer free to attend to police 
business while they attend to the First Aid. 

There has been a Dog Warden position created to work 
with the police Department and during the year officer 
Martha French handled 146 dog calls and logged 1307 
miles, this is a 50 percent increase in dog calls over last 
year. 



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The Court Diversion Committee that was formed in 
1975 is working well. This is a committee made up of 
interested citizens from all walks of life who are asked to 
deal with Juveniles and their problems. As the name 
suggests, the CDC aims at diverting kids from the Justice 
system. It holds them accountable without labeling them 
Delinquents and helps to reinforce their roles in society. 

The adult court was busy with 522 cases, and of that 
number 450 were fined and 11 sent to jail and 65 persons 
lost their right to drive. Two that were sent to jail were 
persons that broke into Indian Mound IGA, Green Acres 
Rest., and Whittier Gulf. They were seen coming out of 
Whittier Gulf by the owner, and captured in the woods 
within the hour with approx. $1336. in money and 
cigarettes being recovered. 

The Juvenile Court has increased from 83 cases in 1978 
to 132 in 1979. Sgt. Floria handles most of the Juvenile 
work. If another officer has a case he hands it over to Sgt. 
Floria who takes it to Court for prosecution and the follow 
up. 

I would like to thank my officers, the Town Officials, 
and other department heads and the citizens of Ossipee for 
their cooperation and assistance. The complete list of 
activities for the year follows. 

Respectfully yours, 
JOHNE. FOG ARTY 
Chief of Police 

ACTIVITIES FOR 1979 

Accidents investigated 129 

Accidents Fatal -0- 

Aids Rendered 325 

Alarms answered 14 

Assault 5 

Assist other Depts. 162 

Attempt to Locate Persons 22 



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Bail Jumping 3 

Burglary 8 

Check Ups 425 

Conduct After an Accident 5 

Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor 2 

Criminal Mischief 8 

Criminal Threat ' 3 

Criminal Trespass 7 

Defective Equipment 4 

Defective Equipment Tags Issued 350 

Disorderly Conduct 18 

DWI 43 

Failure to Appear 2 

Furnishing Alcoholic Beverage to a Minor 3 

Failure to Wear Head Gear 1 

Failure to Keep Right 3 

Failure to Stop for Police 3 

Failure to Yield Right of Way 9 

False Report to Police 2 
Indecent Exposure 
Improper Backing 
Improper Passing 
Improper Towing 
Intoxication 
Improper Turn 

Juvenile 132 

Littering 8 

Misuse of Horse Power 5 

Misuse of Plates 5 

Non Inspection 10 

Operating after Suspension or Revocation 5 

Operating Snow Machine on Public Way 1 

Operating Without Eye Protection 8 

Operating Without Financial Responsibility 1 

Operating Without License 32 

Operating Without Lights 11 

Parking Violation 1 

Passing on the Right 4 

Possession of Controlled Drugs 24 

Reckless Conduct 2 



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Reckless Operation 


17 


Resist Arrest 


9 


Solid Line 


45 


Speed 


62 


Stop Sign 


18 


Taking Motor Vehicle Without Owners Consent 


2 


Theft 


14 


Unlawful Possession of Alcoholic Beverage 


2 


Unregistered Motor Vehicle 


17 


Unregistered Snow Machine 


1 


Unsafe Tires 


5 


Warnings 


495 


House Check Requests 


37 


Total 


2561 


Cleared by Court Action 


522 


Cleared not Requiring Court Action 


2039 


Mileage 


70525 


Licenses Revoked or Suspended 


65 


Persons Sent to House of Correction 


11 


Persons Fined 


450 



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OSSIPEE RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

Any recreation program must rely heavily on 
volunteers for its degree of success. The Ossipee 
Recreation Department has achieved this high standard of 
success through volunteers filling roles as sponsors, 
donators, coaches, supervisors, referees, umpires and 
drivers, and through the support of other citizens who 
realize the importance of recreation to an individual, and 
to the entire community. 

Programs under the auspices of the Ossipee 
Recreation Department include the following: 

Summer Activities 

— minor Little League Baseball - (Coach: Richard Onufry) 

— major Little League Baseball 

— Ossipee Otter Swim Team 

— 4th - 6th grade girls softball 

— A.R.C. swimming instruction/ lifeguard (Duncan 

Lake) 

— Ossipee Womens softball - (sponsored by Sunset 

Mattress) 

— West Ossipee Womens softball - (sponsored by Dube & 

Murphy / Cragin Logging) 

— Ossipee Lakers Mens softball 

— Horseshoe pitching tournament 

— Babe Ruth team - (sponsored by Whittier Lions Club, 

coach - Pete Eckhoff) 

— August Youth Day Camp 

— Carroll County Open Invitational Track meet 

— Spring clean-up campaign 

Winter Activities 

— Mountain climbing 

— Elementary School Soccer program 

— Adult Volleyball 

— Open Recreation for Youth 

— 7th-9th grade girls basketball 

— 7th-9th grade boys basketball 



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— 4th-6th grade girls basketball - (TC's and Dunkers - 

coach - Diane Savage) 

— 4th-6th grade boys basketball - (sponsored - Northern 

Land Traders - coach - John Swanson, Carroll County 
Deeds) 

— men's basketball 

— public skating rink 

— pee wee hockey - (coach - Barry Williams) 

— High school hockey - (Coach - Barry Williams) 

— Christmas Party - Kindergarten 

— Christmas Party - lst-3rd grades 

— Christmas Dance - 4th-6th grades 

— Holiday hop - 7th-10th grades 

— Record hops 

— Recreational Bowling 

— Halloween Party - 3rd graders and younger 

— Halloween Dance - 4th-6th grades 

— Ballet - (6 years old-6th grade - Merrill Rich - fee) 

— Creative movement - (4 and 5 years old - Merrill Rich - 

Fee) 

— High school volleyball 

— Table tennis tournament 

— Easter Egg Hunt 

— Ski and Skate Swap 

— First Annual Sports Awards Banquet 

With the rapidly increasing rate of inflation, the 
Ossipee Recreation Department must adjust to the trend 
by addressing the priority needs of the department for the 
coming year. This will include reducing the number of 
trips outside the community to decrease the cost of 
transportation. 

The department does feel, however, that its first 
priority must be the children. With continued citizen 
support, recreation will again provide our children of the 
Town of Ossipee an opportunity to experience social in- 
teraction, development of physical skills and health, 
mental growth, and spiritual wellbeing. 

Respectfully submitted 
JAMES THOMPSON 
Director of Recreation 



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OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 

Another year has passed for our Planning Board, and 
we are quickly learning that Ossipee is no longer a small 
country village. 

We approved 106 lots this year. Of this, 78 were in the 
Ossipee section, 25 in the Center Ossipee section and 3 in 
the West Ossipee area. We also approved 5 Plans of 
Property, 2 Boundary Line Adjustments and 677 new lots 
in the Chickville Cemetery. 

More and more time is being spent "in the field" for 
inspections of proposed subdivisions and reviewing 
complaints received by the Board. This has proved very 
helpful to the Board in making decisions. 

We spent a considerable amount of time and effort this 
past year with one of our developers to prevent potential 
problems in a mountainside subdivision. As a result of this 
combined effort by the Board and Developer, we now have 
a plan that is suitable for this area. 

We welcomed one new member to our Planning Board 
this year, Mr. Warren Witherell of the Roland Park area. 

Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month and 
are open to the public. Any recommendations or 
suggestions are welcomed by the Board. 

NATALIE V. HALL 



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OSSIPEE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee : 

Your Commission has been hampered in it's efforts to 
serve the Town this year by absenteeism and the lack of 
members to complement this body. Persons interested in 
this important work are urged to contact the Commission. 

In May, the acquisition of 120 acres of land at Ossipee 
Lake from Walter G. White, Robert C. Sawyer Sr. and 
Judy and Jon Chapman was completed. The property will 
be recreation land for the enjoyment of all the people of the 
Town. 

The Commission participated in subdivision site 
reviews with the Ossipee Planning Board, as the rapid 
growth of the Town and land use problems accelerate. 

County Forester, Peter Pohl, was our guest at a 
meeting when State Forestry laws and woodland 
management were discussed. Good practices become 
more important than ever to protect our forest resources 
during the energy crisis. Those wishing assistance in 
woodland managment are asked to call the County Ex- 
tension Office in Conway. 

The Commission also met with representatives of the 
Lakes Region Planning Commission and the Soil Con- 
servation Services to discuss a possible wetlands or- 
dinances. The Commission will focus its attention on 
protecting the ground water, one of our most important 
assets. 

Recently the Commission began work on regulations 
to be proposed for separation of solid waste, in an effort to 
solve the problems of the Ossipee dump. 

Commissioners for 1979 include: 
RANDY LYMAN 
MARILYN TILLINGHAST 
MARK WRIGHT 
JEAN DANFORTH 

Respectfully submitted, 
JEAN DANFORTH 
Secretary 



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OSSIPEE DOG WARDEN REPORT 1979 

Following is a summary of calls answered by the 
Warden since May 1979: 

52 dog related nuisance calls 

41 lost dog reports, with 33 of them found. 

9 dog bite reports answered and followed up. 

5 vicious dog reports answered where no actual bites 
occurred. 

4 dogs struck by cars causing death. 

5 reports of dogs chasing deer in the Ossipee area. 
32 summons were issued requiring licensing and 

rabies vaccinations. 

In this first year of the adoption of the Dog Control 
Law in Ossipee I have found both the owners and 
complainants most amiable to deal with here in Ossipee 
once circumstances and the law is explained to them. 

I believe it is to the credit of Ossipee residents as to 
their compliance of the law whenever I have had to deal 
personally with them. Our residents and our dogs are I 
believe in better, safer circumstances with the State and 
local laws enforced. 

Respectfully, 
MARTHA A. FRENCH 
Dog Warden 
Ossipee, N.H. 



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OSSIPEE NURSING SERVICE 

The Ossipee Nursing Service continues to provide 
increased service to the townspeople of Ossipee. The 
numbers of nursing visits increased 38 percent during 1979 
providing people with nursing care in their homes. The 
nurse is also available from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. Monday 
through Friday at the Town Hall to receive calls and to see 
patients who are able to come to the office. 

Visits made by the nurse are divided into three 
classifications: disease control, disease intervention and 
disease prevention. Many prevention visits are to mothers 
with new babies of whom 24 were seen during these past 
twelve months. A large number of visits are made to the 
elderly; an important part of these visits although for 
disease control or intervention is health teaching in 
dealing with current health problems, but also in hopes of 
preventing further complications through health 
education. 

The Good Morning program is now in full operation. 
Members of the community living alone may avail 
themselves of this service. The program has served up to 9 
people who call a volunteer contact person each morning. 
This service provides a safety factor as well as 
socialization for the elderly person at home alone. 

The monthly Blood Pressure and Weight Clinic, held 
the third Wednesday of each month, has been very suc- 
cessful with an 85 percent increase in attendance over 
1979. In conjunction with the blood pressure clinic periodic 
diabetic screenings are also held. The immunization 
clinic, held at Dr. Collins office every other month has 
served to immunize over 120 children in the area. During 
the ensuing year the nursing service hopes to increase the 
services provided to area children. 

A very important aspect of the nursing service in- 
cludes communication and cooperation with other service 
providers in the area. A monthly meeting is held by the 



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nurse with members of these other agencies attending to 
share ideas and information. Referrals are often made to 
and from such agencies as the Department of Welfare, 
Home Health Agency, Ossipee Concerned Citizens, Meals 
on Wheels, Family Planning, Fuel Assistance, Human 
Services Council, Carroll County Mental Health, RSVP, 
the Bureau of Handicapped Children, the State Public 
Health Nurse, and Huggins Hospital. 

Many thanks and deep appreciation are due the 
volunteers from the community who have selflessly 
donated many hours at the clinics and in the nursing of- 
fice. Without their help many of the above named services 
would not be provided. 

During the coming year we hope to be able to work 
together to provide nursing care to the community. 

Respectfully submitted, 

PAMELA J. SAVARD, RN 



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OSSIPEE CONCERNED CITIZENS 

The Staff and Board of Directors of Ossipee Concerned 
Citizens would like to take this opportunity to extend their 
appreciation to the Town Officials, Department heads, 
volunteers, and citizens who have all contributed support 
to our organization over the past six years. The 75 percent 
federal funding we receive enables us to provide services 
to the community which would otherwise be unaffordable, 
however it is this local support that has been the 
motivating force of our group. 

The following is a partial list of services provided in 
1979: 

Senior Center - open daily 9-4. 

Meals on Wheels program which served 15,600 meals 
to 60 elderly in 1979. 

Monthly congregate meals served 360 elderly meals. 

Senior Socials (in cooperation with Ossipee 
Recreation Dept.) provides recreation activities and trips 
for Ossipee Seniors. 

Transportation provided for medical visits. 

Emergency Energy Assistance - provided 240 
households with fuel payments in 1979. 

Green Thumb - technical and financial assistance on 
home gardening. 

Information and referral. 

Community Development work for public facilities 
and housing improvement projects. 

We look forward to working with the community in 
1980 in a combined effort to improve the quality of 
lifestyles for Ossipee residents. 

DONNA E. SARGENT 

Director, Ossipee Concerned Citizens 



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OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 
TO THE SELECTMEN AND CITIZENS OF THE TOWN 

OF OSSIPEE, N.H. 

The Ossipee Rescue Squad came into existence in 
February 1979 with a hand full of citizens concerned about 
the lack of emergency medical services in the town of 
Ossipee. As with any newly formed organization, there are 
many obstacles to overcome. Money was needed to buy 
basic medical supplies and equipment for the squad. This 
was accomplished through fund raising projects and 
donations from which we received $4,751.11 as well as the 
money appropriated at town meeting. 

Training of squad personnel was the next priority. An 
extensive 60-hour advanced first aid class began on March 
7th, 1979 and was completed in June. We began responding 
to calls on July 4, 1979. From July to December 1979 we 
responded to 51 calls. This year many of our 15 member 
squad are attending an Emergency Medical Technicians 
(E.M.T.) course, which consists of over 100 hours of class- 
room as well as hospital emergency room training. 

I personally would like to thank my fellow squad 
members for contributing so much of their own time and 
money to the squad, and the citizens of Ossipee for their 
continued support in making OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 
the best squad in the area. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
WILLIAM K. MALAY 
Captain, Ossipee Rescue Squad 

REPORT OF RESCUE RESPONSES 
JULY 4, 1979 - DEC. 31, 1979 

Cardiovascular 16 

Vehicle Accidents 9 

Fires 10 

Search and Rescue 1 

Miscellaneous Medical Emergencies 15 

TOTAL 51 

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Ossipee Rescue Squad 
Treasurer's Financial Report 
1979 
Income 

Car Wash $ 229.00 

Variety Show 654.25 

Pocket Scanners (Reimbursement) 180.25 

Fair 39.65 

Town 2,500.00 

Lions 525.00 

Donkey Ball 111.00 

Food Sale 47.55 

Change from CB's 5.02 

Donation Letters 2,813.00 

Interest Bank 68.54 

Change from Hats 78.10 



Total 




Expense 




North Country Medical Supplies 


$2,314.47 


Postage 


66.84 


Scanners 


850.45 


Insurance 


902.00 


Fire Extinguishers 


49.75 


Tools 


96.33 


Parade 


22.25 


Fire Station Heat & Lights 


100.00 


Maps 


18.00 


CB Radios 


100.00 


Hats 


200.00 


Fabric for back board 


3.50 


Charge for Checks 


11.67 


Fire Station Supplies 


159.25 



$7,251.36 



Total $4,894.51 

Respectfully Submitted, 
BELINDA WILLIAMS 
Treasurer, Ossipee Rescue Squad 



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REPORT OF FOREST FIRE WARDEN 
AND STATE FOREST FIRE SERVICE 

Prevention and control of forest fires is handled 
through a cooperative effort between town /city fire 
organizations and the State Forest Fire Service. 

Since 1903, when the first forest fire laws were passed 
by our Legislature, the State Forester has appointed 
someone in each municipality as a Forest Fire Warden 
and charged him with the responsibility of forest fire 
prevention and control within his town/ city. This person 
may ask the State Forester to appoint as many Deputy 
Forest Fire Wardens as may be necessary to efficiently 
carry out his charge. 

The State Forester has divided the State into ten forest 
fire districts with a full time District Forest Fire Chief in 
each district. The State organization is charged with 
assisting the municiple forest fire organization in any way 
possible. 

State personnel conduct fire training schools, assist 
with forest fire suppression, fire cause investigation, 
prosecution of fire law violators and forest fire prevention 
programs. Forest fire suppression equipment is pur- 
chased through State bulk purchasing ability and sold to 
local forest fire organizations at one-half cost. Excess 
military property is obtained and turned over to 
town/ city fire departments at no cost to local depart- 
ments for conversion into fire suppression units. This 
cooperative arrangement between State and municipality 
has resulted in one of the best forest fire records in the 
United States with less than one-half acre of woodland 
burned in each fire reported. 

1979 FOREST FIRE STATISTICS 

State 

District 

Town 

E. SVEN CARLSON CLARENCE PALMER 

District Fire Chief Forest Fire Warden 



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K of Fires 


No. of Acres Burned 


1,099 


318 


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91 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1979 



BALANCE SHEET 




ASSETS 




Cash on hand 

Capital Reserve Funds 

Lawyers Fund 


$508.59 

2,052.81 

866.50 


Total Assets 


$3,427.90 


Grand Total 


$3,247.90 


LIABILITIES 





Capital Reserve Funds $2,052.81 

Unexpended Appropriation 
for Lawyer 866.50 



Total Liabilities $2,919.31 

Excess of Assets over Liabilities (Surplus) 508.59 



Grand Total $3,427.90 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 
Not submitted. Available for inspection from Precinct 
Clerk. 

RECEIPTS 



Current Revenue: 




From Taxes 


$35,786.52 


Other: 




West Ossipee Precinct 


50.00 


Ossipee Corner Light & Power 


50.00 


Carroll County Trust-refund int. 


4.93 


Public Service Co. -refund 


16.11 


Fire Chief Magazine-refund 


15.00 


State of N.H.(BPT) 


1,456.65 



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Cash on hand at beginning of year 


10.37 


Grand Total 


$37,389.58 


PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses: 




Hydrants ' 


$2,800.00 


Street Lights 


6,941.89 


Precinct Exp. 


11,401.62 


Water Rights Maint. 


104.20 


Building Maint. 


844.45 


Snow Removal 


355.00 


Total Current Maintenance Expenses: $22,447.16 


Outlay, New Construction & Equip.: 




2 Salvage covers 




400' 3" hose 




200' nylon rope 




chimney cleaner 




space heater 




smoke ejector w holder etc. 




Total Outlay Payments 


$3,417.94 



Indebtedness 
Payment on Notes $11,005.52 

Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 10.37 



Total Indebtedness Payments $11,015.89 

Cash on hand at end of year $508.59 



Grand Total $37,389.58 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOROTHY PALMER 
January 28, 1980 Treasurer 



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BUDGET OF THE CENTER OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 





Actual 


Recom. 




Expend. 


by Budget 




Prior Year 


Comm. 


Hydrant Rental 


$ 2,800.00 


$ 2,240.00 


Street Lights 


6,941.89 


7,500.00 


Precinct Exp. 


11,401.62 


10,500.00 


Water Rights Maint. 


104.20 


1,000.00 


Snow Removal 


355.00 


500.00 


Building Maint. 


844.45 


1,500.00 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






Equipment 


3,417.94 


3,500.00 


Principal of Debt 


9,216.25 


7,216.25 


Interest on Debt 


1,789.27 


1,295.41 


Capital Reserve Fund — 






to be raised by taxation 


10.37 


2,000.00 


Capital Reserve Fund — 






voted from surplus 


508.59 





TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES $37,389.58 $37,251.66 

SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 



BPT 

TOTAL REVENUES EXCEPT 

PRECINCT TAXES 
AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 

BY PRECINCT TAXES 

TOTAL REVENUES AND 
PRECINCT TAXES 



$ 1,456.65 $ 1,456.65 



$ 1,456.65 
35,795.01 

$37,251.66 



DAVID A. HELME 
JOHN E. THOMPSON 



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ERNEST RILEY, JR. 
ROGER H. BUSCH 
CHRISTINE P. POWERS 
JULIAN H. CONNER 
BARBARA S. BURGER 
JOHN ECKHOFF, JR. 
Budget Committee 

CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information in Column 3, page 3, was taken from 
official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

JOHN E. THOMPSON 
Comm. 
Feb. 7, 1980 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 
OF THE OSSIPEE PRECINCT **A'' 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1979 

ASSETS 
Capital Reserve Funds $8,039.97 



Total Assets $8,039.97 

LIABILITIES 

Capital Reserve Funds $8,039.97 



Total Liabilities $8,039.97 

RECEIPTS 
Current Revenue: 

From Taxes $903.00 

Other: 

Sewer Rents 165.00 

N.H. Profits Tax 24.50 

Interest 100.34 



Total Receipts from All Sources 

Grand Total $1,192.84 

PAYMENTS 
Current Maintenance Expenses: 

Pumping sewer $290.00 

Total Current Maintenance Exp. $290.00 

Indebtedness 

Payment to Capital Reserve Funds $902.84 



Total Payments for all Purposes 

Grand Total $1,192.84 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

JUNE C. LOUD 
Treasurer 
January 28, 1980 



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1980 BUDGET OF THE PRECINCT **A'' 
APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 

Actual Recomm. 

Expend. by Budget 
Prior Year Committee 



Pumping Sewer 


$ 290.00 


$ 350.00 


Annual Meeting 




50.00 


Legal Expenses 




100.00 


Capital Reserve Fund — 






to be raised by taxation 


902.84 


903.00 



TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES 



$1,192.84 



$1,403.00 



SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 

Actual 

Revenue 

For Prior Year 

$ 165.00 

24.50 

100.34 



Water Rents 
N.H. Profit Tax 
Interest 

AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 
BY PRECINCT TAXES 

TOTAL REVENUES AND 
PRECINCT TAXES 



903.00 



$1,192.84 



DAVID A. HELME 
JOHN E. THOMPSON 
ERNEST RILEY, JR. 
ROGER H. BUSCH 
CHRISTINE P. POWERS 
JULIAN H. CONNER 
BARBARA S. BURGER 
JOHN ECKHOFF, JR. 
Budget Committee 



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CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

JUNE LOUD 

(Precinct or Village District Clerk) 

Date: 1/30/80 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
WEST OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1979 

ASSETS 
Capital Reserve Funds $2,079.91 



Total Assets $2,079.91 

Excess of Liabilities over Assets (Net Debt) 26,134.39 



Grand Total $28,214.30 

LIABILITIES 

Notes outstanding $28,214.30 



Total Liabilities $28,214.30 

Grand Total $28,214.30 

RECEIPTS 
Current Revenue: 

From Taxes $18,444.32 

From Other Sources: 



Ossipee Rescue Sqd 


$100.00 


Insurance Collected 


206.50 


Public Service Rebate 


8.87 


State of N.H. Business Profits Tax 


1,317.78 


Total Receipts from All Sources 


$20,077.47 


Grand Total 


$20,077.47 


PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses: 




Heat 


1,232.47 


Electric 


650.30 


Gasoline 


429.00 


Insurance 


2,288.00 


Mutual Aid Dues 


650.00 


Maintenance: 




Buildings 


45.03 


Vehicles 


1,144.62 



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Aux. Equipment 580.12 

Services 400.00 

Training 70.00 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses $7,489.54 

Interest Paid: 1,608.21 

Outlay, New Construction & Equip. $5,336.87 

Total Outlay Payments $5,336.87 

Indebtedness 

Payment on Notes $5,642.85 

Total Indebtedness Payments $5,642.85 



Total Payments for All Purposes $20,077.47 



Grand Total $20,077.47 



SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Land and Buildings: 
West Ossipee Fire Station 

Land $10,000.00 

Building 55,000.00 



$65,000.00 



Jewell Hill Fire Station 

Land $1,000.00 

Building 25,000.00 



$26,000.00 



Furniture and Apparatus: 

Engine Number 1 $70,000.00 

Engine Number 2 48,000.00 

Tank Number 1 25,000.00 

Air System 2,543.06 

Auxiliary Equipment 15,142.85 

Communications 3,500.00 

Furniture not on vehicles 3,000.00 



Total Valuation $258,185.91 



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CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

Secretary-Treasurer 
January 1, 1980 



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1980 BUDGET OF THE WEST OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Heat 

Electric 

Gasoline 

Insurance 

Mutual Aid Dues 

Maintenance 

Building 

Vehicles 

Aux. Equipment 

Services 
Training 
CAPITAL OUTLAY — 

Construction 
CAPITAL OUTLAY — 

Equipment 
Principal of Debt 
Interest on Debt 

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES 



Comm. 


Recomm. 


Budget 


by Budget 


Current Year 


Comm. 


$ 2,000.00 


$ 2,000.00 


900.00 


900.00 


800.00 


800.00 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 


300.00 


300.00 


300.00 


300.00 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


400.00 


40o:oo 


300.00 


300.00 



3,000.00 

22,000.00 
5,642.85 
1,340.18 



3,000.00 

22,000.00 
5,642.85 
1,340.18 



$41,684.03 $41,684.03 



SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 

State of New Hampshire 

Business Profits Tax $ 1,300.00 $ 1,300.00 

Amounts Raised by Issue of 

Bonds or Notes 20,000.00 20,000.00 

TOTAL REVENUES EXCEPT 

PRECINCT TAXES $21,300.00 $21,300.00 

AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 

BY PRECINCT TAXES 20,384.03 20,384.03 



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TOTAL REVENUES AND 

PRECINCT TAXES $41,684.03 $41,684.03 

CHRISTINE POWERS 
JOHN ECKHOFF 
DAVID A. HELME 
ERNEST RILEY, JR. 
BARBARA S. BURGER 
JOHN E. THOMPSON 
ROGER H. BUSCH 
Budget Committee 



CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

Feb. 10, 1980 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
(Precinct or Village District Clerk) 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

OSSIPEE CORNER LIGHT AND POWER 

PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended Dec. 31, 1979 

RECEIPTS 



Current Revenue: 




From Taxes 


$28,326.63 


Business Profits 


534.60 


Other: 




Soda Machine 


19.00 


Nat. Fire Prot. Credit 


4.00 


Unexpended Check 


19.32 


Receipts other than Current Revenue: 




Notes issued during year 


22,000.00 


Withdrawals from Capital Reserve Funds 


6,423.47 


Total Receipts from all Sources 


$57,327.02 


Cash on hand at beginning of year 


404.59 



Grand Total 




PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses: 




Fire House-Electricity 


$256.04 


Fire House-Fuel Oil 


1,039.38 


Fire House-Telephone 


186.02 


Maintenance-Communications 


642.85 


Fire Equip. 


307.77 


Fire House 


290.12 


Fire Trucks 


1,324.05 


Fire House Addition 


1,315.18 


Mutual Aid Dues 


666.00 


Insurance 


2,213.00 


Street Lights 


2,991.28 


Road Sign Purchase 


462.19 


Firemen's Expenses 


455.36 


Clerk-Treasurer's Expenses 


212.36 



$57,731.61 



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Firemen's Reimbursement 1,200.00 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses $13,561.60 

Outlay, New Construction & Equip.: 
Farrar Company $28,423.47 

Capital Outlay ^ 3,566.90 



Total Outlay Payments $31,990.37 

Indebtedness 

Payment on Notes $8,462.12 

Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 1 ,500.00 



Total Indebtedness Payments 
Total Payments for All Purposes 
Cash on hand at end of year 


■ 


$9,962.12 

55,514.09 

2,217.52 


Grand Total 


$57,731.61 


ASSETS 






Cash on hand 

Capital Reserve Funds 


$2,217.52 
5,263.96 




Total Assets 

Excess of Liabilities over Assets 
(Net Debt) 




$7,481.48 
$45,000.00 



Grand Total $52,481.48 

LIABILITIES 

Long Term Note Issues $45,000.00 

Capital Reserve Funds 5,263.96 



Total Liabilities $50,263.96 

Excess of Assets over Liabilities (Surplus) $2,217.45 



Grand Total $52,481.48 



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SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Complete List Available for Inspection from Precinct 

Clerk 

Lands and Buildings: 
Fire House and Land $19,500.00 

Furniture and Apparatus: 
Fire Trucks 98,000.00 

Fire Fighting Equipment and Supplies 28,000.00 



Total Valuation $145,500.00 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete 
and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

CARL ENGLUND III 
Treasurer 

February 4, 1980 



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1980 BUDGET OF THE OSSIPEE CORNER 

LIGHT AND POWER PRECINCT 
APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 





Actual 


Recomm. 


1 


Expend. 


by Budget 




Prior Year 


Comm. 


Insurance 


$2,213.00 


$2,600.00 


Electric Fire Station 


256.04 


325.00 


Fuel Oil Fire Station 


1,039.38 


1,800.00 


Telephone 


186.02 


200.00 


Mutual Aid 


666.00 


350.00 


Street Lights 


2,991.28 


3,000.00 


Firemen's Reimbursement 


1,200.00 


2,500.00 


Maintenance Communication 


642.85 


350.00 


Maintenance Fire Station 


290.12 


700.00 


Maintenance Fire Trucks 


1,324.05 


1,200.00 


Clerk & Treasurer Expense 


212.36 


150.00 


Firemen's Expense 


455.36 


300.00 


Maintenance Fire Equipment 


307.77 


600.00 


Road Sign Maintenance 


— 


150.00 


Fire Chief's Expenses 




500.00 


Road Sign Purchase 


462.19 




Principal of Debt on 






Engine Two 


4,200.00 


4,200.00 


Interest on Debt 






on Engine Two 


1,430.12 


2,220.75 


Principal of Debt 






on Engine One 


2,400.00 


2,400.00 


Interest on Debt 






on Engine One 


432.00 


324.00 


CAPITAL OUTLAY Equipment 


^ 3,566.90 


2,000.00 


Capital Reserve Fund — 






to be raised by taxation 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 






OR EXPENDITURES 


$25,775.44 


$27,369.75 



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SOURCES OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 

Other Revenues & Credits: 

6 percent Profit Tax 

Reimbursement $534.60 $400.00 

Nat'l Fire Protection Credit 4.00 — 

Unexpended Check 19.32 — - 
TOTAL REVENUES EXCEPT 

PRECINCT TAXES $557.92 $400.00 
AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 

BY PRECINCT TAXES 25,217.52 26,969.75 



TOTAL REVENUES AND 

PRECINCT TAXES $25,775.44 $27,369.75 

Budget Committee 

DAVID A. HELME JOHN ECKHOFF, JR. 

JOHN E. THOMPSON ERNEST RILEY, JR. 

ROGER H. BUSCH CHRISTINE POWERS 

JULIAN H. CONNER BARBARA S. BURGER 



CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

JOHN MORRILL 

(Precinct or Village District Clerk) 



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